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FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 193G

New Formals
Feature Prints,
Draping Silks
Sweeping Lines, Grecian
ClingingMVine Express
Modern Mode
Violet Is Latest Hue
Meallic Braid, Box Pleats,E
Floral Clusters Are Used
To Trim Gowns
By JEAN NASH
If you wish to follow the mode of
correct evening wear for spring, be
subtly feminine in a diaphanous cre-
ation of chiffon draperies, or smartly
sophisticated in either a tuxedo gown
or one of the new prints.
Let us take a peek into an imagi-
nary designing salon of a creator of
exclusive evening gowns, so that we
may inspect the fabrics being shown
at close range. We see clouds of pas-
tel chiffon in all the delicate shades.
Besides, there are jade greens, bril-
liant blues and purples that no one
has ever seen before, except, perhaps
in an inspiring sunset.
Then, upon exploration, we discover
a bolt of violet lace which was used
to fashion the dinner dress with long-
sleeved, high-collared jacket that wc
saw dancing last week-end. A scrap
of turquoise print fluttering to the
floor reminds us of a smooth gown it
a shop window which was of the samk
vivid hue, figured with creamy sheave:
of wheat. A narrow belt and tiny
buckle of the same material allowed
the lines of the gown to sweep from
the narrow row of box pleating, which
circled the top, clear to the floor
without interruption.
Grecian Mode In Vogue
As the clinging vine is in favor this
year, the Grecian mode has come in-
to its own. Although chiffon is usual-
ly the material chos-
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in All the New Spring Shades

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shoulders, cross at
the waist and form
the belt. The back
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mented with clusters of delicate egg-
shell flowers, unadorned save for a
draped eggshell cape bordered with
white fox. A few scraps of red, most-
ly in the flame and wine shades, stand
out from the crisp black nets starched
white lace, organdies and piques that
are scattered about.
Black-and-White Favored
Black-and-white is having another
fling as fashion's favored child this
season. The tuxedo dress is new and
equally enhancing, in its numerous
variations, to both the classic and
- petite figure. One exceedingly inter-
esting version has a straight black
crepe skirt topped with white chiffon
blouse and black jacket, which is just
prevented from.closing by a double
jabot of starched lace from waist to
chin.
Continuing in the same vein, a de-
signer has combined black and white
in a manner whic his rivaled only by
Harlequin in uniqueness. The result
is a black chiffon gown cut on flow-
ing lines, which just misses being
Grecian by its trig black and white
fitted polka-dot taffeta evening coat.
The sleeves 'are leg-o-mutton.

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